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If you’re like most, you’ve most likely been delaying your hearing test. You might even have had others advise that you get one but you keep coming up with excuses not to go.

If that’s the case, we’re going to attempt to persuade you to start the new year by finally getting that hearing test. As you’ll discover, getting a hearing test is quick and easy, and if you do have hearing loss, correcting it does wonders for your health and happiness—not to mention it gets everyone off your back.

So here’s our case for why you should arrange for a hearing test as soon as possible.

Our top 10 reasons to get your hearing tested are:

1. The hearing test is painless and takes less than an hour – it’s simple to arrange an appointment, and having your hearing tested takes less time than it takes to go shopping for groceries. Instead of having it habitually in the back of your mind, call today and set up your consultation.

2. If your hearing is normal you can rub it in – if the hearing test confirms that your hearing is normal, you can inform your family members and friends that they really ARE mumbling.

3. You may, in fact, have hearing loss and not realize it – hearing loss develops progressively, so the person affected is almost always not the first to notice. That means there’s a good chance your loved ones were right when they suggested that you get a hearing test in the first place.

4. Hearing loss gets worse over time and is best treated promptly – the hearing you lose cannot be fully restored, but hearing aids can help reverse the process and stimulate the portions of the brain involved with speech and sound processing.

5. Hearing loss may be a sign of other health issues – hearing loss is usually caused by direct exposure to loud noise or by the normal aging process. But on occasion, hearing loss is a manifestation of a more dangerous underlying cardiovascular or neurological condition. In either case, your hearing health is heavily linked to your overall well-being.

6. You can preserve and improve your mind and memory – recent studies by Johns Hopkins University have linked hearing loss to cognitive decline, memory issues, and even dementia. But a recent study has also demonstrated that enhancing sound stimulation to the brain may help to keep your mind strong.

7. You can boost your mood – researchers have found a strong association between hearing loss and depression, but research also shows that people with hearing loss that use hearing aids have less depressive symptoms and heightened social engagement.

8. You’ll be more outgoing and social – If you do have hearing loss and can be helped by hearing aids, you might discover a difference in your social habits. People with better hearing have been found to be more outgoing and less reserved in groups, which promotes both mood and physical health.

9. You’ll have much better conversations – hearing loss typically affects speech comprehension the most, interfering with conversations. If you’re tired of having to say “what” constantly, it may be time for a hearing test.

10. You can earn more money – a study by the Better Hearing Institute found that individuals with hearing loss, on average, earn $12,000 less per year when compared with those with normal hearing, based on the degree of hearing loss. However, the study also found that the use of hearing aids offset these income effects by 50 percent.


As the research continues to pour in, it will only verify how critical hearing health is to our overall quality of life. So if you care about your health, your relationships, and your total well-being, now is the time to take action.

So how about it? For the benefit of your health and happiness and for those around you, schedule your hearing test today!

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